Dartmoor Arts Project
Dartmoor Arts is an artist led organisation founded in 2006 with the idea of combining lively critical debate with the very best teaching of skills and techniques. We host a busy summer school week as well as a year round programme of creative workshop events and artists' talks, bringing excellent speakers and tutors to the South West.
A programme of short courses and workshops is taking place in 2016.
Our Summer Schools take place in Drewsteignton, just a few miles outside of Exeter and should resume in 2017, subject to funding. Next July we again aim to welcome a vibrant community of artists, architects, designers and makers drawn from all corners of the UK and beyond. The summer school provides a creative and supportive environment for emerging and established artists to develop their work and learn new skills.
Artist studio or collective, Association or society
Dartmoor Arts Project hosts creative workshops and artists events in different venues. Please contact them or check the website for details of events, times, dates and booking.
Please visit the Dartmoor Arts Website for information about course and events costs, booking and bursaries
Please see our website for specific locations for workshops which vary.
Inflatable Spaces workshop: build a blow up spatial structure
- 11 June 2016 10am-5pm
Tom Randall-Page will introduce you to the exciting world of inflatable spaces! Your group will design and build a large, futuristic blow-up structure - the type commonly used for festivals, camping, temporary nightclubs and moveable fun. The workshop would suit ANYONE over 14 yrs but might be of particular interest to young people and students interested in art, 3D design and architecture.
Tom has run similar workshops for the Sorrell Foundation, the Architecture Association and exhibited a 3m high inflatable space at Somerset House. He’s also worked as a designer at Heatherwick Studio and currently teaches architecture at Oxford Brookes and London Metropolitan.
- Any age
Dartmoor Arts Project
Veet Mill Farm, Crockernwell
Details of the Dartmoor Arts Project including archive of past courses, galleries, tutor information, current events and workshops and online booking forms including available bursaries.